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About Conservation Buffers
Conservation buffers are strips of vegetation
placed in the landscape to influence ecological
processes and provide a variety of goods and
services to us. They are called by many names,
including wildlife corridors, greenways, windbreaks,
and filter strips to name just a few.
conservation buffers provide to us include
protecting soil resources, improving air and water
quality, enhancing fish and wildlife habitat, and
beautifying the landscape. In addition, buffers
offer landowners an array of economic opportunities
including protection and enhancement of existing
Learn more here.